People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/54/436 (RRS, vi, no. 337)

David, king of Scots, noting that his beloved and faithful Walter Oliphant, in his full council at Perth on the 11th of January, AD 1364 [sic: 1365] in the presence of the prelates and nobles and other faithful men, resigned the lands of Gask (PER) by staff and baton, gives the aforesaid Walter for his good service, and to Elizabeth, his spouse, the king's beloved sister, the aforesaid lands of Gask; holding by Walter and Elizabeth and their heirs procreated between them, or their assigns, namely children whether male or female, and failing that, to whichever of Walter's true and legitimate heirs and their assigns, in one free and integral barony, in feu and heritage, with pit and gallows, toll, team and infangenthef, with the tenancies and services of freeholders, with bondsmen and bondages and neyfs and their offspring, with mills and multures, with smithies and brewhouses, and with the special liberty of fishing in the River Earn three days per week at the time when prohibited by the law and custom of the realm; for a cap of white roses at the manor of Gask on the Feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist if requested in the name of blanchferme, and making three suits of court at his three chief pleas held annually at Perth, for ward, relief and marriage.
Firm date
28 February 1365
Dating Notes
last day of Feb., regnal year 35
Place date (modern)
Place date (document)
Related Place
Source for Data Entry
RRS, vi, no. 337
Trad. ID
RRS, vi, no. 337
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Charter type
Document type notes
Records of the Parliaments of Scotland: RPS 1365/1/1
Original (contemporary)
NLS, Ch. B1360; Anderson, Oliphants, no. 8

Total number of associated factoids: 18